The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out to change the course of the 21st century, addressing fundamental challenges such as poverty, inequality, violence against women, quality education, among others. They are not only implemented for developing countries, but for the development of the entire planet. It is more than obvious that these SDGs cannot be achieved alone, it is everyone's job to contribute to progress. Global leaders like Malala Yousef, Christiana Figueres, Inkosi Kachindamoto (leader of Malawi who fights to dissolve child marriage and insists on quality education for boys and girls) to celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, Coldplay, Emma Watson, Beyonce among others are contributing with this great cause. However, more people need to know about the Sustainable Development Goals and not be left with a uhmm face ... and how do you eat that? Today's goal is to make the Sustainable Development Goals "fashionable" and how are they doing it? Director Richard Curtis runs a campaign called & nbsp, it was featured in September at the Global Citizen Festival in New York. Artists such as Beyonce and Coldplay participated in this campaign. The & nbsp; "We the people" & nbsp; campaign seeks to make the SDGs known through famous people who appear in the video inviting them to join this cause. Likewise, it seeks that interested people record a small video telling what ODS they support.